Messiah’s Hope – Meditations on Psalm 22 (Part 2 of 2)

In case you missed it, here is Part 1. (Context: Looking at the connection between David's Psalm and the parallels to the suffering, rejection, and crucifixion of Christ. Part 2 continues this trend, yet also looks at the prophesied resurrection of Messiah.) “You lay me in the dust of death” (Psalm 22:15b) is such an important phrase,... Continue Reading →

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Messiah’s Sorrow – Meditations on Psalm 22 (Part 1 of 2)

Psalm 22 is unquestionably one of the clearest and most powerful prophetic passages of Messiah in the Psalms, even in the whole of the Old Testament. While other impressive prophetic passages such as Isaiah 53 and Daniel 7:13-8 are very precise in their description of Messiah in His suffering and glorification, Psalm 22 describes what... Continue Reading →

“Lord, Help Me!” (Devotional)

Today's Reading: Matthew 15 (Context: Jesus lays into the Pharisees once again, calling them legalistic hypocrites, more akin to blind men on a treacherous walk than to trained leaders. Jesus then, perhaps looking for a little "time off", heads to Decapolis and to the area of Tyre and Sidon, the Northern Greek section of Israel. There Jesus, seemingly... Continue Reading →

A Slave to Pride (Devotional)

Today's Reading: Matthew 1-2. (Context: Geneology and birth of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. Within two years there comes a visit from distinguished and learned men of the East, the "three wise men", as we call them, who arrive to look upon and visit the King from heaven.)The story of the Three Wise Men (their actual... Continue Reading →

Longing for a Son (Daily Devotional)

Today's Reading: Genesis 15. (Context: Abram is now a wealthy and immensely blessed man, yet he still desires one thing that his "money cannot buy". A son. It is just this that God promises him, a son to him and his wife Sarah, both well-past their natural abilities to have children. Only a miracle could change such a circumstance.) It's... Continue Reading →

King of Glory (Part 2)

Alas, how humble and lowly! For who has believed this? We hated this King of Glory.   Yet He still had compassion On our spiritual blindness and incredulity. He stooped to save us, To show us our brokenness, That He might save us and restore us. A prostitute He saved from death, Not that she... Continue Reading →

King of Glory! (Part 1)

  A poem-based chronology of the life of Christ Who was this man, Come from heaven? A lion in tongue, And a lamb in heart. He came to serve men, Yet He was the King of them. He created the worlds, But in an animal’s hay was His first sight with human eyes. Who is... Continue Reading →

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